I wonder what kind of mind caused Moore to pick a log type house? It’s like those homes that homesteaders in Alaska would build—only off the charts bigger.
Even if it is huge, I would get cabin fever in that home. Wood is nice for the trim, but for all the walls, floors and ceilings? Not for me.
Walls of dark wood get me claustrophobic. The 1970s brought us homes with walls of dark wood paneling. The blight of those homes persist to this day. I hate them with all their holes, scratches and dull surfaces—and, of course, dark rooms.
Moore’s home reminds me of what those homesteaders build in Alaska. All those logs come cheap from their own property. Putting up sheet rock to avoid the ambience of a pine box would be out of the budget. I might consider living in a pine box if it was necessary for my survival. But Moore has plenty of money for survival. Why did he choose a pine box?
It sounds safe to assume you won’t be tuned in to “Log Cabin Living” on HGTV tonight...